All guests must reserve tickets before visiting the Conservatory. In accordance with state and local mandates, face coverings are required for both indoor and outdoor spaces.
The Food Truck will be closed Oct. 29 and Oct. 30. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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Scotts Miracle-Gro Community Garden Campus

Visit Scotts Miracle-Gro Community Garden Campus for beauty and inspiration. Designed as a living classroom and idea center, this four-acre garden provides creative resources for anyone interested in gardening and edible landscapes. Explore the culinary, herb and fragrance gardens, apiary, rose pavilion, berry house, and 40 community garden plots. Take a cooking class in the demonstration kitchen or watch a chef demonstration at the Live Fire Cooking Theater. Open to the public until dusk.

Community Garden Plot Rental Program Participants rent plots to be a part of a functional community garden. This garden also serves as a model for participants in the Conservatory's Growing to Green program.



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Free Little Farmstand Take some produce, give some produce!

Growing an edible garden can often mean growing a surplus of a given item. The Free Little Farmstand was created as a way to swap and share what we grow in our gardens with each other! The stand provides free produce grown from the Teen Corps Garden, Community Garden Campus and Community Garden plot holders. Our neighbors and community members are welcome to enjoy the delicious and nutritious bounty!

The Free Little Farmstand is located in the Community Garden Campus at the Conservatory and, like the rest of the Community Garden, is always free to the public.

An enormous thank you is owed to Conservatory volunteers for constructing and contributing to the Farmstand.

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